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Lindsay Dunn


Dr. Lindsay Dunn is a specialist in eighteenth and nineteenth-century European art and holds a Ph.D. in art history (2014) from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Dunn received her M.A. in art history (2008) and her B.A. in music and art history (2005) from Texas Christian University. She has presented work at several professional conferences, including College Art Association and American Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies, and has given gallery talks at DFW-area art museums, including the Dallas Museum of Art. Dr. Dunn’s most recent article, “Marie-Louise, House of Habsburg-Lorraine, and the Art of Statecraft,” appears in the January 2020 issue of Eighteenth Century Studies. She also continues to work on additional articles and a book project that focus on eighteenth and nineteenth-century aristocratic women’s art production, both projects drawing from her Ph.D. dissertation, A Revolutionary Empress in the Age of Napoleon: Marie-Louise, Archduchess of Austria, Empress of the French, and Duchess of Parma, Piacenza and Guastalla (1791-1847). In addition to her duties as a Writing Consultant, Dr. Dunn also teaches courses for the Art History and Women and Gender Studies Departments as well as the Master of Liberal Arts Program.  Dr. Dunn also serves on the executive board of the Southeastern American Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies (SEASCS).


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Selected Publications & Syllabi

Creating Napoleon’s Dynasty: Marie-Louise, House of Habsburg-Lorraine, and the Art of Statecraft,” Eighteenth Century Studies, Vol. 53, no. 2, Winter 2020, pp. 257-277.

“Revolutionizing the Study of Female Artists,” The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, Vol. 53, no. 2, pp. 253-256.